UPDATE: J. Stark reached 4,500 followers on Erik will be giving away two wallets in addition to the tote! We will now have 3 winners. Please continue to share this link. If we can help J. Stark get to 5,000 on Instagram, Erik has decided he will throw in another we'll have 4 winners total! See below for original post. We've partnered up with Erik Holmberg from J. Stark, an amazing company based out of Charleston, SC selling hand-crafted goods for every day ...
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It's not Christmas yet. But that doesn't mean you can't wear red. Here's how Zac decided to use this color, suited up out west in Colorado. Our good friend Tara snapped these shots! Would you wear red socks? ...
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ASPECD Apparel: The Perfectly Fitted Shirt

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Have you ever tried something on and thought, "the large is a little big, the medium is a little snug, I wish they had a size in-between"? Yes? Then that makes two of us. Today I want to take a minute and draw attention to ASPECD Apparel. It is great to see a company innovating in the online clothing retail space. Brooklyn, NY based ASPECD offers in-between sizes and uses a proprietary fitting guide to help you choose the right fit. Launched by a successful Kickstarter campaign earlier ...
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B&C X WR: BROTHERS ENDORSED - THE GARMENT WEEKENDER by Josh Owen of Willard Randall The Garment Weekender from Hook + Albert is a game changer. It is the weekender to end all other weekenders and it will completely change the way you pack. It’s perfect for any short business trip, weekend weddings, or for holidays when visiting family. H+A have brilliantly blended the practicality of a garment bag with ease and portability of a normal weekender. The garment weekender is not only ...
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Dopp Kit – Essentials To Pack


Here are 6 essentials you'll need to pack in your Dopp Kit for future travel: Shop similar items in the below icons:   1) Let's start with the razor. I bought this double edged safety razor a couple years ago and haven't regretted that decision. I also purchased a large package of disposable stainless steel blades (along with the razor) for $9 and after two years, I still have more blades left. I've probably shaved, I mean "saved" at least couple hundred dollars in razor ...
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